Near Death

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The second book in Kilpatrick's Power of the Blood World, NEAR DEATH is the story of the vampire David Lyle Hardwick - a poet who for over a centruy has lived in the unholy world of the undead, resiting his thirst for blood. Zero, a beautiful, wounded mortal, is sent to destroy him but falls for his seductive power and together they set out in search of his enemies. As their torrid love affair grows, so too does David's unspeakable tormented desire. He is becoming Nosferatu, and when his fury is unleashed who ...
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Overview

The second book in Kilpatrick's Power of the Blood World, NEAR DEATH is the story of the vampire David Lyle Hardwick - a poet who for over a centruy has lived in the unholy world of the undead, resiting his thirst for blood. Zero, a beautiful, wounded mortal, is sent to destroy him but falls for his seductive power and together they set out in search of his enemies. As their torrid love affair grows, so too does David's unspeakable tormented desire. He is becoming Nosferatu, and when his fury is unleashed who will be safe, not even his own kind...

With the long-awaited release of the movie Interview with the Vampire (starring Tom Cruise) this fall, there couldn't be a better time to introduce David Hardwick, a powerfully romantic vampire who seeks out his enemies with an ancient hunger. Original.

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"Horror has never been so poetically exquisite before; move over Anne Rice for Nancy Kilpatrick" - Robert W. Walker author of Basic Instinct
Publishers Weekly
For dark fantasy aficionados there's the reissue of Nancy Kirkpatrick's Near Death: Power of the Blood World (1994), the second in her acclaimed vampire series after Child of the Night. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780889628397
  • Publisher: Mosaic Press NY
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Series: Power of the Blood series
  • Pages: 235
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author


Nancy Kilpatrick is an internationally renowned, award-winning author of thirty books, including seventeen novels, five collections of short stories, and has edited eight anthologies. Her works are acclaimed in the genres of dark fantasy, horror, fantasy, and mystery. She was born in the United States and now lives in Montreal, Canada.
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